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Putrajaya and Heritage Park

Rub shoulders with movers and shakers in Malaysia’s corridors of power with this half-day tour of the Putrajaya government district. Built over six years at the turn of the millennium, it stands as a testament to the country’s giant social and economic advances. Imaginatively landscaped around a massive lake, this is the city of the future today. Putrajaya is named after Malaysia’s first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj. It was planned to the minutest detail as an intelligent garden city redolent with lush greenery and water, encompassing 13 gardens and parks. There is also the Putrajaya Wetland, with wetland plants from more than 50 local species. There are a number of places to visit including the Agricultural Heritage Park, where you can see a demonstration of rubber tapping, the Perdana Putra prime minister’s complex and the ‘floating’, 15,000-capacity Putra Mosque. Cross the Putra Bridge over the Putrajaya Lake and see Putra Square, one of the ‘stars’ of the city. See also Seri Perdana, the official prime minister’s residence. Rub shoulders with movers and shakers in Malaysia’s corridors of power with this half-day tour of the Putrajaya government district. Built over six years at the turn of the millennium, it stands as a testament to the country’s giant social and economic advances. Imaginatively landscaped around a massive lake, this is the city of the future today. Meeting/ Pick up point: Hotels inside City: Pick-up is included from hotels in Bukit Bintang and Golden Triangle areas only.

If you want to be picked-up from hotels outside the Bukit Bintang or Golden Triangle area, you need to select the outside KL City only option. Pick-up from Cheras, Seri Kembangan, Bangi, Putrajaya, Sepang, Klia areas are not included. Please select the correct modality according to the location of your hotel, otherwise additional fees may apply.

Duration: 4 hours and 30 minutes.

Pick-up time: Shared tour: 8:45am-9:30am. Private tour: 9am.

Start or opening time: Shared tour: 9:30am. Private tour: 9am.

End or closing time: Approx. 1:30pm.

Languages: English.

Dress code: Modest clothing that covers your shoulders and knees.